Kernel capital – photo of team member Andrew Graham

MANAGING PARTNER APPOINTMENT

18th December 2018: Niall Olden has advised that in Q1 2019 he is to step back from the role of Managing Partner Kernel Capital. In March 2019, Mr. Andrew Graham is to take the role of Managing Partner. Niall will continue as Partner, member…
Kernel Capital innovation fund investment – photo of Nova Leah team

NOVA LEAH SECURES €1.5M DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES INNOVATION FUND INVESTMENT

13 December 2018:Kernel Capital confirm that our Portfolio Company, Nova Leah have been successful on 2 applications under the Government's Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund, part of the Project Ireland 2040 Fund.  Nova Leah…
Kernel capital investment – photo of Nova Leah team

Dundalk Cybersecurity Company Nova Leah Secure €2.25M Investment

8th November 2018:Kernel Capital and Suir Valley Ventures have invested €2.25M in Dundalk based Nova Leah Ltd. The round was led by the Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Growth Fund (RoI), with a €1.5M investment.  Nova Leah has developed…
Kernel capital investment – photo of Causeway Sensors lab

Causeway Sensors Limited awarded UK Institute of Physics start-up of 2018

2nd November 2018:Kernel Capital confirms that its portfolio company Causeway Sensors, a spinout of Queens University Belfast, has been awarded the UK Institute of Physics 2018 Start-up Award for its nanotechnology based point-of-care solution…
Kernel capital investment – photo of Bank of Ireland team

Invest €1.7M in Dublin based Sytorus

6th September 2018:The Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Early & Growth Stage Funds have invested €1.7M in Sytorus Ltd, this is in addition to simultaneous investment from Enterprise Ireland and private investors. Established by Dr.…
Kernel Capital Investment – photo of Datactics Team

Investment in Datactics

Belfast, Northern Ireland, 21st June 2018:Kernel Capital are pleased to confirm that it has led an investment into Datactics Limited, a Belfast-based provider of RegTech solutions for the banking and financial services sector. Full details…
Kernel capital investment – photo of DisplayNote Technologies

Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Growth Fund Leads £1.1m investment in DisplayNote

Belfast, Northern Ireland, 18th May 2018:The Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Growth Fund (NI) has led a £1.1m investment in Belfast based DisplayNote Technologies Limited, taking its total investment in the firm to £2m. Founded in 2012 DisplayNote…
Kernel capital investment – photo of Kernel Capital with President Michael D. Higgins team

The President of Ireland advocates female entrepreneurship

On 4th May 2018, President Michael D. Higgins and Sabrina Higgins hosted a reception to celebrate Female Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Creativity and the Sustainable Economy at Áras an Uachtaráin. The President and his wife acknowledged…
Kernel capital investment – photo of Suir Valley Ventures team

Immersive VR Education Series A IPO

3rd April 2018:Kernel Capital confirm that Immersive VR Education Ltd (IVRE) has completed a €6.7m series A IPO, through listing on ISE Enterprise Securities Market (ESM) and the LSE Alternative Investment Market (AIM). The listing represents…
Kernel Capital investment – photo of Causeway Sensors in the lab

CAUSEWAY SENSORS secure £1.5M funding

Location: Lynn Library, Queens University Belfast.Belfast, Northern Ireland, 20th March 2018: The Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Growth Fund (NI) has led a £1.2M investment in Queens University Belfast (QUB) spin-out Causeway Sensors,…